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October 2005: Volume 47, Number 10

Cryptosporidium: In the News...Again
by Kelly A. Reynolds

Cryptosporidium, the causative agent of the largest recorded drinking water outbreak in U.S. history, is in the news again, but this time in association with a recreational water site. The recent outbreak was from a zero-depth pool in New York, showing the versatility of this organism when it comes to waterborne exposure routes...

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For earlier columns in this category, click on the link below or hit the 'List All' button.
The Microbial Quality and Safety of Bottled Water  September 2005
Water Too Much of a Good Thing  August 2005
Lead Contamination of Drinking Water  July 2005
Animals and Drinking Water Quality  June 2005
Waste Water and Risks of Drinking Water Contamination  May 2005
Filtration and Waterborne Microbes  April 2005
Aerosol and Contact Routes of Microbial Disease  March 2005
Waterborne Disease Outbreaks following Tsunami Disaster  February 2005
Underground Storage Tanks in the U.S.  January 2005
Groundwater Vulnerability to Microbial Contamination  December 2004
Assuring Water Quality in the Eye of a Hurricane  November 2004
Risk Perceptions of Waterborne Disease  October 2004